Doctor Who: It's TimeWe‘ve won again.Doctor Who: It's Time by BasiliskRules
We always do.
(Well, no, not quite.)
And with a little help this time
-renewed promise of home, the long way round-
But that is good, it’s new, exciting!
The unexpected victories bring twice the joy.
He stands in pain.
He stands in peace.
He scatters pieces of himself around, across the floor.
I wrote a sequel since you too do not like endings.
(Because everything ends.
But not today.)
For all of you, I break the rules,
I’ll try again.
Cause that’s a better story.
(It was the best, you know. And ever shall be.)
Always, always, I tell you.
One more vow.
And you, forget me not.
(The times we’ve had? I know you wouldn’t)
He reaches out.
The breath upon the mirror, it is fading.
Just as well.
The clock has long since struck,
And dear one, count the chimes.
He walks around, reassuring her.
He is glowing.
Oh, please don’t cry.
For where I go,
They are waiting for me drifting, phantomwise
Unseen by all but me and still remember
Doctor Who: The Crossover That Never WasHold on to your butts, ‘cause I’ve just had the greatest idea in the history of the universe.Doctor Who: The Crossover That Never Was by BasiliskRules
You know how John Hurt played the main character in the 1984 adaptation of “1984”? Well…
(great booming voice) 1984/ DOCTOR WHO CROSSOVER!!!
Winston Smith (come on people, it’s SMITH! Okay, not John Smith, but still, this thing is writing itself!) is a fob-watched War Doctor who lives as a human, not knowing who he really is, in an distant planet which resembles Earth but is under the brutal and horrifying Big-Brother-Is-Watching-You dictatorship of the book. We don’t know why he changed, but since this obviously takes place during the Time War, it could be that he was forced to do something terrifyingly terrible and he broke and he was like: “No, screw this, I can’t take this anymore, this is not fair, this is not who I am, fuck the Timelords, fuck the Daleks, fuck everything, I didn’t choose this, I am gonna go be a human now&
Doctor Who: Really tragic realisation about 11Right. So. I shall bombard you with my thoughts. Luckily, for me, you do not know where I live and are therefore incapable of forming an angry mob and laying siege to my house, wielding torches, pitchforks and sonic blasters. Too bad, for you, since I may possibly annoy, depress and/or bore you to death.Doctor Who: Really tragic realisation about 11 by BasiliskRules
Now, then. Let’s get started. A Fridge Tear Jerker about 11:
Yes, I am troping again. I shall explain for the uninitiated. However, I am a generous god and I choose to warn you first: Do NOT go to Tv Tropes. Don’t throw your lives away. Our sacrifice is enough. It is not your burden to bear.
Anyway, according to Tv Tropes, “Fridge Horror is, simply put, when something becomes terrifying after the fact. Maybe you thought about this or that plot point a little too hard, and suddenly you realize that everyone was trapped in stasis forever, or that the lovable child will grow up in a world where everyone around her is dead.” Compare and contrast (DON’T) to Fri
Doctor Who: CompanionshipYou, always you,Doctor Who: Companionship by BasiliskRules
you perfect, glorious ones,
who make the starless skies shine joyous morning.
Oh you, who laugh and gaze and cry with wonder,
upon the miracles the ageless eye can’t see.
You friends, whose casual talk holds back the nightmares,
whose laugh becomes a breath of tender spring,
whose tears awaken buried, ancient sorrow,
whose death invites the horrid raging storm.
Yours is the hand that keeps the precious balance,
that steadies him who’s standing on the edge
the universe, a load on aching shoulders;
and if you leave, well then, he falls, uncaring
his wings of fire too old and far too broken.
And then another comes, treads lightly down below,
to gaze upon the face that’s ever changing.
Oh, pity me
(I don’t deserve your mercy),
offer me love
(I don’t deserve such hope).
Offer me life to mend hearts torn and broken
(my fault, I know, but please! - always my fault).
You help me stand.
You save me, I don’t save you
(Though I‘ll try and
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